The latest track from Queens-born Philly rapper Aime’s Book Of David EP, “99,” just got some tight new visuals. In the video, Aime smoothly makes his way through a chill late-night function in an art-filled North Philly warehouse. Aime and his crew shot and edited the video in 99 minutes to coincide with the title of the track.
In an email with The FADER, Aime explained how they found inspiration for the shoot: “A good friend of mine and video director, Chris White, was in the middle of shooting a documentary on this arts and music project called Tiny Room For Elephants. The whole project was housed in this North Philly warehouse, and we came up with the idea to film a video in the space while it was full of all this dope art being created there. There was one catch though — the whole video had to be shot and edited in 99 minutes.”